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Stop Closure of Walgreens Emergency Community Meeting 6:30 pm Today!
June 20, 2019

June 18, 2019




Mayor Libby Schaaf

Council President Kaplan

Members of the Oakland City Council

Businesses, Restaurant & Commercial Industry

Alameda County Supervisors

Pastors, Clergy, Faith Based Leaders

This an urgent request for residents in Maxwell Park/ LaurelThursday June 20th, 6:30 PM at Miracles of Faith Community Church.  There will be an Emergency Community Meeting to discuss the possible closing of Walgreens Pharmacy located at the corner of High & Redding. Please tell your neighbors, friends, Council Members and Mayor that we need their presence and support to keep the only viable store in our community OPEN. If this store closes the economic hardship will be irreversible for low income, seniors, and neighbors who survive on fixed incomes.

Please put this on your calendar today and plan to attend.


E M E R G E N C Y    C O M M U N I T Y     M E E T I N G

TO KEEP  Walgreens  Pharmacy OPEN on High Street


WHEN:  June 20, 2019

                                                  TIME:  6:30 p.m.

        WHERE:  4335 Virginia Avenue

                                           Miracles of Faith Community Church


Please contact Ms. Barbara Taylor, Parish Administrator for more information and to have your name added to the speakers list.



Peace after Justice

Rev. Dr. Gregg Brown, Pastor

(m)510-499-3700; therevgbrown@gmail.com

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